is a Florida-based painter. He received a BFA from Carnegie Mellon University in 1975 and a MFA from Indiana University of Pennsylvania in 1977. Peter Stanick explains, “the internet and working with digital images has a direct, even immediate influence on my way of thinking.” To Stanick, who grew up in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and trained as a painter, it became clear to him years ago that the future was in the digital world through the world wide web, and that he could and wanted to use the infinite world of images to be found there for his artistic ends. Already inspired during his art studies by Pop artists like Andy Warhol, Tom Wesselmann and Roy Lichtenstein, Stanick looked for the possibility to not only digitally edit or enhance existing images in color or form, but to create a visual language that was digital from the outset.
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